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That’s right, just because this Sunday is Easter that doesn’t mean we can’t be mindful. Our regularly scheduled weekly sit and dharma discussion will be taking place as usual, 4pm @South Boston Yoga. The topic this week is the second foundation of mindfulness (I could have used that last week as I sat seething in rage during our sit). Hope you’ll join us!
This week we will be doing a guided meditation from “Keeping the Breath in Mind”. This will be followed by a short discussion on the First Foundation of Mindfulness. Don’t miss it!
Boston Dharma Punx is pleased to announce that our weekly Buddhist recovery meeting will be starting up once again. Rebel Recovery will meet Mondays at 7:30 on the third floor of South Boston Yoga (36 W Broadway, South Boston). There will be a period of meditation followed by sharing on topics related to mindfulness practice and addiction recovery.
For more information please email us at email@example.com.
Noah Levine will be coming to speak to the Boston Dharma Punx on April 29, 2012 from 4-6pm. Noah will be leading a meditation then talking Dharma with us. The event will be free, although we will be collecting dana.
Please bring your own cushion if you have one as seating will be limited. There is no need to register in advance.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Okay kids, it’s time to design a new Boston DPX T-Shirt. Anyone who wants to have a go can submit a design by March 31. All designs will be presented online so we can all vote on the design we want to have made into shirts. My goal is to have the shirts available for sale in VT hence the short timeframe for designs. So, let’s see what you can come up with!
It’s time to sit with the misfit sangha once again. The topic this week will be starting over. Whether in practice or in life (or in my case, both), we have all experienced times when we have to reset and restart to get things back on track.
This week we will have 30 minutes of sitting meditation followed by 15 minutes of walking and a Dharma talk. There will be ample time for questions and discussion at the end.
That’s right, Rebel Recovery will be making its triumphant return in March. Stay tuned for more info.
Against the Stream has recently announced the dates for the second annual east coast meditation retreat. The retreat will run from Sunday, August 19, 2012 at 5:00pm until Sunday, August 26, 2012 at 3:00pm.
his silent retreat with Noah and ATS Teachers, is a chance to experience an extended period of meditation that is so vital to our practice. There will be periods of sitting and walking meditation, with instructions and daily dharma talks.
Retreats offer the opportunity to move deeply into our experience and know the poignancy of the human condition and the capacity of the heart. This form of practice supports our deepest intention to be free. This retreat is especially good for those who are unable to get away for extended retreats or those who are in their first few years of practice. All are welcome to attend.
More info and pricing to follow as soon as it is released.